The idea of realtor as concierge is a new one—but it's rapidly growing. A local real estate expert explains why concierge services are becoming so popular, and how they help real estate firms.
We know the only business events you’re attending this month are probably holiday-related. So get a jump on planning your January networking calendar with these upcoming Westchester business events.
The annual holiday party can be a barometer for the greater economy. We check in to see if Westchester businesses are going lavish or low-budget this year.
Westchester's Sharon Decker shares some tips for running a successful company, gleaned from her 30 years in business.
Plus other ins and outs in the world of Westchester business this week.
Andrew McMurray, Zachys Wine & Liquor co-owner, wowed the sharks and walked away with a $2.5 million investment.
Like the sound of growing greens, vegetables, and eatable flowers right in your kitchen? Eric De Feo and Brielle Pettinelli have a week and a half to raise $75,000 to make it a reality.
This week's business news around Westchester County.
The nation’s unemployment rate is improving, but what does Westchester’s look like?
The Thanksgiving holiday weekend shopping verdict is in—but it’s mixed, according to a variety of county stores and restaurants we spoke with.
Joe Guilderson, president of Corporate Audio Visual Services, talks to some experts and shares tips for nonprofits to make the most of their fundraising events.
How do you turn a profit with “unemployable” employees? Mike Brady, President and CEO of Yonkers-based social enterprise Greyston Bakery, shares his knowledge in a new TED Talk.
Panelists on the Business Council of Westchester’s recent health care forum had a lot to say about the impact of Obamacare one year after its launch.
Teresita Wisell, an administrator at Westchester Community College was recognized by the Obama Administration for her work. Plus, other Westchester people and businesses being recognized this week.
It’s one thing to open a business and make a splash in the first few years. It’s entirely different—and much more challenging—to remain competitive for decades. Here's some insight on how to do just that from four local companies that celebrated big milestones in 2014.
On this week's Revolving Door, we recognize the newest faces among Westchester's leaders and say farewell to some of the old guard.
“Cloud” computing has gone from an ethereal concept to a valuable technology for small businesses. Is it right for you? We ask Robert Cioffi, CEO of Progressive Computing Inc. in Yonkers for advice.
Yonkers Mayor Mike Spano starts phase three of the Saw Mill River Daylighting project. Plus, more news briefs from around the County.
The IDA has approved sales and mortgage tax exemptions for four local development projects.
After leaving corporate comfort, Arshad Bahl has grown his health food company exponentially in just a year’s time.
Local business owners weigh in on whether or not the county’s minimum wage should increase to $15.
Commercial banking hasn’t been the friendliest of environments of late. But one local bank seems to be breaking the mold—and reaping the rewards.
Catch up on this year’s top biz books before next year’s batch hits the shelves.
Professionals who left their legal lives to follow their dreams.